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by David DICKSON

eBook Truth's Victory Over Error download ISBN: 0958157405
Author: David DICKSON
Publisher: Presbyterian Armoury Publications (2002)
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About David Dickson: David Dickson (. 583 – 1663) was a Church of Scotland minister . Truth's Victory Over Error. 583 – 1663) was a Church of Scotland minister and theologian.

Truth’s Victory Over Error contains David Dickson’s lectures on the Westminster Confession of Faith, delivered to the divinity students of Edinburgh University in the early 1650s.

David Dickson is dealing with the biblical truth in a simple and clear way, refuting errors of his day. All his arguments are based upon Scripture. By using a format of question and answer, he is leading his reader from ignorance to biblical thinking.

Truth's victory' is a translation by George Sinclair of Dickson's Latin lectures on the confession of faith, 'Praelectiones in confessionem fidei', which circulated in manuscript among his pupils.

Truth's victory' is a translation by George Sinclair of Dickson's Latin lectures on the confession of faith, 'Praelectiones in confessionem fidei', which circulated in manuscript among his pupils; first published by the translator as his own work in 1684, it was not published under Dickson's name until 1726. Bound with the author's: True Christian love.

Puritan and Reformed books at discounted prices . Truth’s Victory Over Error contains David Dickson’s lectures on the Westminster Confession of Faith, delivered to the divinity students of Edinburgh University in the early 1650s. The Reformed Faith: An Exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith (Shaw).

David Dickson of Busby was born in Glasgow in 1583 In the same year an attempt was made to enforce the Service-Book, which he and . Explanation of the Epistle to the Hebrews,' 1685.

David Dickson of Busby was born in Glasgow in 1583. He was the son of John Dickson, a wealthy merchant of the Trongate. He was at first intended for the mercantile profession, but afterwards studied for the Church In 1637, having given shelter to Robert Blair and John Livingston, driven from their charges in Ireland by the interference of the bishops there, he was again cited before the High Commission Court. 'Explanation of the Epistle to the Hebrews,' 1685.

This book is not merely of historical interest; it is also of considerable value now because many of the errors refuted within its pages have surfaced again in the 21st . Dickson was concerned to explain the truth and refute error.

This book is not merely of historical interest; it is also of considerable value now because many of the errors refuted within its pages have surfaced again in the 21st century church under new guises. Christians today can learn a great deal from the faithful witness of former generations who experienced 'truth's victory over error'. Truth's Victory Over Error contains David Dickson's lectures on the Westminster Confession of Faith, delivered to the divinity students of Edinburgh University in the early 1650s.